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Marjoram Seeds - Sweet Marjoram

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Seed Count: 250 Seeds
Plant Height: 12-24 inches
Life Cycle: Annual or Perennial
Leaf Color: Soft Green
Flower Color: Delicate Pink
Primary Uses: Culinary, Ornamental, Medicinal
Origins: Mediterranean region

Native to the sun-kissed landscapes of the Mediterranean, Sweet Marjoram has been a culinary and medicinal staple for centuries. Its enchanting aroma and subtle flavors have made it a favorite in kitchens across time and geography. Ancient civilizations revered Marjoram not just for its taste but also for its reputed health benefits and even its symbolic associations with love and happiness.

Beyond its visual charm, Sweet Marjoram's green, delicate leaves pack a culinary punch. A mainstay in Mediterranean and Italian cooking, its fresh, mildly sweet, and slightly sour profile enhances dishes ranging from sauces to meat preparations. Beyond the kitchen, its essential oils have been explored for potential therapeutic benefits, offering relaxation and potential digestive aid.

Growing Habits & Planting Instructions:
Sweet Marjoram is both adaptable and amicable to urban gardens. To cultivate, select a spot with full sun or partial shade and well-draining soil. Plant the seeds just beneath the soil's surface and space them a few inches apart to allow for growth. Whether you're working with ample garden space or a compact balcony, Marjoram fits right in, its soft green foliage crowned with petite pink blossoms adding both flavor and beauty to your surroundings.

With our Sweet Marjoram Seeds, you're planting a herb that embodies the essence of the Mediterranean — warm, aromatic, and undeniably delightful. Perfect for those keen on culinary adventures, garden aesthetics, or a touch of herbal history, these seeds are a gateway to myriad joys. Let your garden resonate with the melodies of Marjoram's rich legacy.

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